This course is designed to provide a review of basic mathematics skills for students who need to strengthen their background in mathematics before they take higher-level courses. It provides a foundation for success in subsequent college-level mathematics. This is a lecture course which includes the following topics: order of operations, properties of numbers, fractions and decimals, ratio and proportion, percents, graphs and charts, applications, and exponents. Basic concepts in geometry (length, area, and volume) will be introduced if time permits.
This course provides a basic introduction to algebra. Topics covered in this course include: real numbers and their properties, algebraic expressions and exponents, solving first-degree equations in one variable, solving and graphing inequalities, graphing linear equations, using slope and y-intercept in graphing, polynomials and polynomial operations, solving quadratic equations, and solving two linear equations in two unknowns. Applications of algebra and the use of formulas will be covered. Credit for this course applies toward graduation as an elective. (Please note: minimum passing grade is a “C”).
College Math I
PRIOR TO FALL 2013, THIS COURSE WAS OFFERED AS MAT 101. This course provides a review of algebra fundamentals, including linear equations and inequalities, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, integer exponents, and quadratic equations. The course will also cover linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, and exponential functions as well as graphing techniques for these functions. The elimination method for solving systems of linear equations will be discussed. The mathematics of finance will be introduced. Applications of mathematics will be stressed. Please note that a minimum grade of “C” or better is required in this course in order for a student to take higher level math courses for which this course is a prerequisite
Prerequisite(s): Pass math skills assessment or MAT 110 with a grade of "C" or better.
College Math II
PRIOR TO FALL 2013, THIS COURSE WAS OFFERED AS MAT 102. This course covers basic set theory and operations. Basic probability will be introduced as well as conditional probability, permutations and combinations, binomial trials and probability distributions, and expected value. An introduction to statistics will cover frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and variation, as well as the normal and binomial distributions. An introduction to calculus will cover limits of functions, derivatives, applications of derivatives. An overview of integration will be provided, if time permits
Prerequisite(s): MAT 121 with a minimum grade of C.
This course provides an integrated review of intermediate algebra, analytic geometry, and basic trigonometry in order to prepare the student for calculus. Appropriate topics in algebra are reviewed. The concept of “function” is stressed. Various classes of functions and their respective graphs and applications will be covered. Specifically, the course will cover linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. Please note that a minimum grade of C is required in order for students to take Calculus I (MAT 310)
Prerequisite(s): MAT 121 with a minimum grade of "C" or college algebra equivalent.
Mathematics for Teachers I
This course is designed for pre-service teachers and provides an understanding of topics in mathematics which the student will be expected to teach. Course content includes set theory, numeration systems, selected topics in number theory, real numbers and their properties, problem-solving techniques, and topics in algebra. Please note that a minimum grade of "C" is required in this course in order for a student to take higher level math courses for which this course is a prerequisite.
Prerequisite(s): Successfully passing math skills assessment or MAT 110.
Mathematics for Teachers II
This course is designed for pre-service teachers and is a continuation of MAT 201. Course content includes probability, statistics, geometry, and concepts of measurement. Applications and problem solving will be stressed. Please note that a minimum grade of "C" is required in this course in order for a student to take higher level math courses for which this course is a prerequisite
Prerequisite(s): MAT 201 with a grade of "C" or better.
Introductory Survey of Mathematics
This course provides an introduction to a broad range of areas in mathematics, including set theory, properties of real numbers, algebra, probability, statistics, and basic consumer math. Topics in algebra include solving linear and quadratic equations, graphing linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, and applications. Topics in probability include the definition of probability, odds, and the probability of compound events. The statistics portion of the course covers measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, and the normal curve. Topics in consumer math include simple and compound interest and present value. Please note that the minimum passing grade for this course is “C”
Prerequisite(s): Pass math skills assessment or MAT 110 with a minimum grade of "C".
Mathematics for Teachers III
This course is designed for pre-service teachers and is a continuation of MAT 201 and MAT 202. It covers selected topics in algebra (polynomials, quadratic equations, and systems of linear equations), the rectangular coordinate system, functions, graphs of linear and quadratic functions, the use of functions as models, linear inequalities, consumer mathematics. Applications of mathematics will be stressed. Additional topics may be introduced as time permits. Please note that a minimum grade of "C" is required in this course in order for a student to take higher level math courses for which this course is a prerequisite
Prerequisite(s): MAT 202 with a minimum passing grade of "C".
This course introduces the student to the scientific method of collecting, organizing, and interpreting quantitative data in the behavioral, social, and medical sciences. Students are introduced to ways of making wise choices in the face of uncertainty and ways to recognize developing situations that may require corrective action. Topics include measurement concepts, frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and variability, probability distributions, random sampling, and hypothesis testing using “sign”, “z”, and “t” tests, analysis of variance, and chi-square tests
Prerequisite(s): MAT 102 or MAT 202 or MAT 205 with minimum grade of “C” or BSN candidate or College of Business completion degree candidate.
After a brief review of classes of functions and their properties, this course provides an introduction to differential calculus. Topics include limits, continuity, the derivative, techniques for finding the derivative, use of the derivative in graphing functions, and implicit differentiation. Applications of the derivative, including extrema applications and related rates, are covered.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 200 with a minimum grade of "C".
This course is a continuation of MAT 310. Topics include antiderivatives, the definite integral, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, integration techniques, applications of the definite integral, and improper integrals. An overview of multivariable calculus includes partial derivatives, minima and maxima, and double integrals. The course concludes with a discussion of Taylor series and L’Hospital’s rule. An introduction to differential equations is given, if time permits.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 310
This course provides a survey of selected topics in mathematics, with emphasis on problem solving and applications. Core topics include an introduction to logic, set theory, probability, systems of linear equations, and an introduction to linear programming. Additional topics may include an introduction to statistics and mathematics of finance, if time permits.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 304, MAT 101 or college algebra equivalent.
This course provides an introduction to discrete mathematics. Topics include sets, functions and relations, mathematical induction and logic, elements of number theory, counting techniques, recursion, graphs and trees, and an introduction to Boolean algebra. Applications in computer science are reviewed
Prerequisite(s): MAT 200 and MAT 320
This course presents the core concepts and principles of Euclidean geometry in two and three dimensions. Topics include geometric constructions, congruence, similarity, transformations, measurement, and coordinate geometry. Axiomatic systems and proofs are covered. An overview of non-Euclidean geometries is provided
Prerequisite(s): MAT 200
History of Mathematics
This course provides an overview of the historical evolution of major concepts in mathematics including counting and number systems, geometry, algebra, calculus, and statistics. The contributions of various civilizations ranging from Babylonia and Egypt through Greece and the Middle East to the modern world are reviewed. Biographical sketches of some of the individuals who made major contributions to the development of mathematics are presented. The interrelationship between the evolution of mathematics and science and technology is explored
Prerequisite(s): MAT 311, MAT 308, and MAT 331